2 years ago
CurrySoop
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Korean Alphabet Series: ㅕ
[Regularly, the Korean Alphabet is organized in 한글, or hangul. But in this case, I'm going through them by the order on the keyboard. Also, if I make a mistake, don't be afraid to comment! Before you 'report' this card: don't worry--I know the alphabet series isn't K-Pop related but it'll soon be. I'm still going over the alphabet :)]

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Ok, moving onto the "U" key: it's ㅕ. But wtf? It's literally the same thing as yesterday's, or ㅛ. What makes it so different?
Well... at first, I didn't know myself either. I thought you could just change between 요and여 whenever you wanted to. But no, apparently I was wrong. 요and여 is literally different by ONE American alphabet letter. "E". A freaking "e".
So that means, 요 is like yo as yo yo yo~ as Luhan says in his Instagram posts--
and 여 is like yeo~... idk, but just... yeo. You add the extra E on Luhan! (what is this)
But when do we use this?
I believe that it's when you use it in words... more than 요? (Correct me if I'm wrong)
Examples:
보세요? (yeo-bo-se-yo?). It's "hello" on the phone!
자 (yeo-ja). It means woman.
동 (yeo-dong). It means sister.
동생 (yeo-dong-saeng). It means little sister.
WAIT: WHY ARE THEY ALL GIRL RELATED? I have no idea. But at least you know how to call yourself: a woman who truly loves K-Pop! :}
You've got this, girl! Or boy! ㅎㅎㅎ (that's a Korean slang for hahahaha.)
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4 comments
안녕!
2 years ago·Reply
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안녕하세요! @KoreanLove2
2 years ago·Reply
what do you mean when you use it when it's more than ㅛ?
a year ago·Reply
I meant that you use 여 in words more, and 요 more in greetings and formal ways... sorry it was unclear! @trollied
10 months ago·Reply